Cities may not be able to turn to the Federal Communications Commission for help getting around state laws that prohibit
Verizon New York's Annual Report for 2014 has just come out and it is a page turner. Let me start with some facts and then answer two questions -- How did Verizon New York lose billions in 2014? Isn't FiOS, Verizon's fiber optic service, profitable?
Time Warner Cable's High-Speed Internet 97 Percent Profit Margin is a Big, Bright Red Flag; Critics Rebuked.
And I'll be the first to admit that there are fundamental questions that need answers before any merger is approved. We'd
In our Petition for Investigation of Time Warner Cable (TWC) and Comcast, we point out that TWC's High-Speed Internet service has a 97 percent profit margin and a number of people asked how that statistic was derived. Simple. Time Warner Cable provides the information, (with some caveats).
The Verizon FIOS girl stole the hearts of Super Bowl viewers when she showed us in a commercial that it is possible to have
It's a dispute over dollars, a battle one consumer advocate called "a food fight between two haves at our expense."
Broadband will serve as a launching pad for the next generation of America's diverse workforce and it starts with expanded access to high-speed mobile broadband in every classroom, community library and small business suite across the country.
By some measures, U.S. broadband service has improved. About half of Americans now access broadband with speeds of more than
A huge technological transformation is underway in the U.S. and around the globe: Consumers are abandoning older technologies in favor of high-speed Internet services that rely on modern, fiber-based or IP-enabled broadband networks.
But the report also found that subscribers of AT&T, CenturyLink, Qwest and Verizon's DSL service were still not receiving
FreedomPop's free service comes with a cap that restricts users to mostly email and basic Web surfing. Stokols said it would
Broadband-connected businesses report $300,000 more in revenues on average than those without. Children online are two times more likely to go to college than those not connected. As more connections are made, quality broadband becomes simply indispensable.
The search giant's new Internet service, known as "Google Fiber," is currently available only to residents of Kansas City
The Cantenna, with its overhyped "4G" service, is ostensibly "designed for use in rural and remote homes that can't get DSL or cable." Verizon has been rolling out Cantenna to rural areas so that they don't have to bother upgrading the wires.
The entertainment industry should no longer fear technological change. It should no longer cling to a precarious balance on the roof of an industrial structure constructed long ago. It's time to look on technology as an opportunity, and to conquer its fear of the unknown.